Showing posts from December, 2021

U.S. Department of State TechGirls Program 2022

U.S. Department of State TechGirls Program 2022 for next generation of young women in STEM (Fully Funded to the United States). TECHGirls is an initiative of the U.S Department of States Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs. TechGirls connects and supports the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by providing them access and opportunities to advance their skills and pursue their dreams. The core of the program is a 27-day experience in the United States in partnership with Virginia Tech University (tentatively scheduled for July 2022).  TechGirls participate in an interactive technology and computer camp, then travel to one of the following cities (Austin, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Portland or Seattle) for job shadowing at a tech company, and homestay and community service experiences.  The TechGirls programming yields a multiplier effect as participants return home to educate their peers and create communi

Protocols For Visionary leadership

Leaders are born and Leaders can be made. Leadership is the ability to influence and guide. Here are Seven Protocols for Visionary Leadership.  1. SELF DISCOVERY For you to be a Visionary leadership, you must first become aware of your true potential, your character, motives, abilities etc. 2. PERSONAL MASTERY Personal Mastery is key in being a visionary leader h aving the right mental attitude to make decisions and take the right actions in your life. Personal Mastery enables you to learn, create a personal vision, and view the world differently i n alignment with your values and in a state of constant learning of yourself realistically. 3. COMPELLING VISION Visions are compelling and effective only if they are distinctive, engaging to employees or followers. A compelling vision is not about beating competition it's about being the best you can be. Make your vision clear and specific, able to move people to action and focus on key priorities. 4. ADAPTIVE RESILI